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and offramp -- president clinton and offramp -- they are offering president putin an offramp. john kerry in his tour on sunday talk shows mentioning and highlighting there will be more pain to come unless he backs down. that will lose the glow came out of the olympics. g8 if not remain in the this continues. american business may pull back. there may be a further total of the ruble. a jesus christ day. -- a very bad day. then there is the offramp, the motivation to president clinton paragraph -- mind usedis the pretexts he has so far during this action. maybe he will back down. he did not close the door on seniorcording to officials. >> i went i -- i read one disturbing detail. chancellor angela merkel said to obama that putin is out of reality. >> i think he is rational. a zero-sum world, which most of the rest of the world has moved on from. i do not think any of the measures peter just laid out will move him. i do not see an effective course. he cares more about it than we do by a lot. historically, these economic -- half i do not see the european union agreed to embargo 30% of their
's borders. this was a bipartisan policy. clinton began, bush continued it, obama carried it on. during this period. 14 years he's been in power, putin made one point repeatedly. i have two red lines. you remember the red lines, obama used to have one in syria. putin means his. one red line is in the former soviet republic of georgia, you'll recall we had a war there in 2008, a proxy war. the other and far more important was in ukraine. i believe by the approach we've taken by ukraine. we meaning washington and the eu, that we have crossed his red line. fareed is right, it's not a good thing when guys in black masks are running around. they began running around in kiev when we overthrew the elected government there. >> okay, let's play a clip from president obama before i come back to you, this is him talking about the situation today, when he met israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu. >> i think the world is largely united in recognizing that the steps russia has taken are a violation of ukraine's sovereignty. ukraine's territorial integrity, they're a violation of international la
, hillary clinton would beat chris christie in virginia by two points, 43-41. a close race there, but no other republican does nearly as well. against rand paul, clinton would win by 7, 47-40. marco rubio trails by 8. ted cruz trails her by 10, 47-37. wisconsin governor scott walker down by 11, 46-35. against jeb bush, would lead him by 13. so much for jeb getting in, 51-38. paul ryan trails clinton by 15. and the same for mike huckabee. and we'll be right back. there's this kid. coach calls her a team player. she's kind of special. she makes the whole team better. he's the kind of player that puts the puck, horsehide, bullet. right where it needs to be. coach calls it logistics. he's a great passer. dependable. a winning team has to have one. somebody you can count on. somebody like my dad. this is my dad. somebody like my mom. my grandfather. i'm very pround of him. her. them. >>> welcome back to "hardball." in just the last year, we've seen how far the right wing will go to wage war on the poor, whether it's cutting food stamps, rejecting free medicaid money, slashing unemplo
clinton would beat chris christie in virginia by two points, 43-41. a close race there, but no other republican does nearly as well. against rand paul, clinton would win by 7, 47-40. marco rubio trails by 8. ted cruz trails her by 10, 47-37. wisconsin governor scott walker down by 11, 46-35. against jeb bush, would lead him by 13. so much for jeb getting in, 51-38. paul ryan trails clinton by 15. and the same for mike huckabee. and we'll be right back. >>> welcome back to "hardball." in just the last year, we've seen how far the right wing will go to wage war on the poor, whether it's cutting food stamps, rejecting free medicaid money, slashing unemployment insurance benefits or simply stonewalling a minimum wage hike. for some of the right, attacking the poor has become a reflex. it's hardly surprised when the party unveils its budget later this month, it will likely touch all the far right's erogenous zones when it comes to the poor. today the chair polled by paul ryan unveiled a 200-page report blasting federal programs aimed to help the poor. part of their conclusion is the feder
movement still struggles for a foothold. signed by president clinton in november of 1993, the bill itself took six years of politics to pass. 13 if you start counting from the attempted assassination of president reagan. but once it did pass, the number of lives saved can be calculated by the number of gun sales blocked. the brady center to prevent gun violence reports that more than 2 million gun sales to people who failed their background checks have been blocked in the past two decades. that includes more than a million would-be sales to felons and more than a quarter million to domestic abusers. that's the good news. but efforts to close gun show and internet loopholes which account for about 40% of gun sales have failed. and speaking at an anniversary event today, nancy pelosi pointed out it's not because background checks are unpopular. >> if we take this bill up on the floor, it will pass. the votes are there. the american people are more than there. >> last year, johns hopkins university researchers found universal background checks are popular across the board with a vast majorit
the island kenneth mcclinton, former secretary of state and former senator. and from the institute of puerto rican and latino studies in connecticut, and executive director of the national puerto rico chamber of commerce, kenneth mcclintock, let me start with you. this is not something that happened overnight. what's been going on, on the island that's deepened the economic crisis there? >> well, for over 60 years we've been getting special treatment, special temporary treatment. when you have special tax treatment from the federal government that can be wiped away in a minute you're not going to be able to develop sustainable economic growth. for sustainable economic growth you have to have permanent policies in place. temporary special treatments can only trigger economic spurts but not economic growth. puerto rico needs economic growth since the constitution was approved in 1952 there has been no change in the economic gap. we're one-third of the national economy then, we're still one-third national income per capita today. we have to try something different. in puerto rico in 2012 said t
instead he knows to be clinton's actions not accepted found that he can see the point when it comes to wait to see change. in addition the amount he claimed his introduction to the very small. according to the shop one and the vast majority of gas deal between cash. when dealing with a nose wheel of his current deal did not. the last. they are going to be quite tomlinson also one of the changing it. i was to record what are these hostile she pointed and immediately tells you quite earnings into a bank account and set up to the coffee shops revenue today. because i can finally call it an identity. next week to work on he officially accepted the core in payments many people i love to see how the claims in section one of its pioneering business the ring and us dollars worth of funding the burgeoning city it's when things start to aims to bring a systematic seems to its product range by twenty twenty. greenpeace that he is diversifying its way spots in our day to include a new coat of betty as well have led get the death rates in the following. the announcers thousand museum opened in w
specialist on youtube? >> you might recognize these guys. freddie wong, ben waller, clinton j alessandro shiasi they are well known on youtube for their special effects video. but these are very well done. >> they are convincing because the knives are really going into the apple making it seem very real. >> yes. >> three, two, one. >> one of the more popular comments down below the video, they're visibly huge nerds and judged by their appearance and scenery anyone who thinks they are masters with a blade instead of video editing needs to pay attention to video. >>> this second video also slightly entertaining. boom! they not only feed children, they crush cans. >> yeah, for sure. >> i love the work-up. she got some momentum going and then dropped the hammer. >> they must be heavy. >> hmm, well, maybe. >> i'm not going to call digital enhancement. >> it makes me hurt to watch. >>> this is an abandoned mine and as you can see the floor of this mine is ice. so what are you to do? you partner up with joanna, she is a fantastic speed skater, and you just start skating. >> oh, man. that's awes
the telephone network. the issue here is that the clinton administration very wisely after the 1996 telecom racket started a hands-off policy. we're not going to regulate it like the traditional telephone network we're going to invest it. and that investment that sat on the sidelines that was not going in to broadband. >> $300 billion. >> osince 1996. >> whose money? >> broadband providers, cable companies, verizon and google are investing that money into broadband networks. the point is about reclassification as a legal matter it's just not true that the fcc has to change that classification to regulate that new falltneutrality. the court said it could do this through-- >> this is where i have to jump in and disagree with you. there are shreds of remaining authority that the fcc has, but basically what has happened over the last decade or so, the fcc built its policy essentially out of a house of cards and it's been one decision after another that they've constructed to hold the whole thing together. what happened in january, the whole house of cards--i know that's funny considering the ne
of the world. that will be to our detriment, for sure. >> in the past, in the '90s when bill clinton cut the defense budget to 3% of gdp of the overall economy from about 5.5% during the reagan era, the republicans put a floor under it. we had to build up post 9/11. where are are the republicans standing up and making any critique of this? >> there is little opposition. the opposition you hear, the opposition to base closings is the wrong opposition. we need to cut some of the overhead to focus on real war-fighting capabilities. there is an isolationist mood that's taken over the republican party. they hate that word, but that is what it is. we have to pare back our foreign commitments for the sake of small government. obama wants to pare them back for the sake of big government. our security and prosperity at home depend on a secure and prosperous world. >> we hope there will be a real debate about this going forward, including some republican candidates for president. we have to take one more break. when we come back, hits and misses of the week. [ male announcer ] research suggests ce
needed to turn to a 68 year old woman who would be hillary clinton. [laughter] [applause] but i digress. now as you heard from my friend jeff lord, gerald ford went on to lose to a very weak democratic candidate named jimmy carter. reagan went on to win in 1980 and 1984 to the a distant landslide in american history. popular vote, i would remind karl rove and the electoral college. [applause] having campaigned personally for reagan and a 9076 and 1980, i want you to listen. i feel certain he would be enormously proud of you. in fact, i think he would've been thrilled to that in front of you right here and thank you for all you are doing and all you have done and congratulate you on this fifth anniversary of the tea party movement. and i think it is appropriate to end my comments with a truism from president reagan which is the last paragraph from my book which most of you have heard by now but i am going to repeat it anyway. for those of you who have not. reagan wrote and said this many freedom is never more than one generation away from not pass itwe did in the blood for and it
served under drat i can president bill clinton. and he, cone, as sounded the alarm on the proposed troop reduction. >> with few iranianser--with fewer forces, you have high err ising. >> i don't think he is--high err ising. >> i don't think he is--risk. i don't think he is correct. and for the nation to build up to the nation building size troop forces is much eastier to do than to embrace the reforms, which was to break the force down and do more special forces. >> well, he is technically correct, if they are wrong and we have to fight two major wars at the small time and the smaller number of soldiers are at a greater risk. but most experts are saying that, i think. and secondly, the marine corp. is not taking much of a hit at all and that is the military of the future. >> look, technically, she is right. it is going reduce the risk. the problem-- >> no, no, the whole risk factor for the united states, in my judgment has been reduced around the globe. >> what is the most serious threat of a major war involving the united states? i think it is the islands which the chinese and the japan
, and that will be to that detriment for sure. >> you know, brett, in the past, when bill clinton cut the gdp, the republicans fought back and tried stop that. and they did, they put a floor under it. and we had to buildup post 9/11. what happened, where are the republicans standing up and making critique of this? >> yeah, there's very little opposition. and the opposition you hear to base closings is the wrong type of opposition. we need to focus on overhead. there's an isolationist move that's taken over the republican party. i know they hate that word. but that's essentially what it is. the idea that we have to pare back for the sake of government. the prosperity at home also depend on the secure and prosperous world. >> we hope there will be a real debate going forward. we have to take one more break. when we come back hits and misses of the week. the new guy is loaded with prote! i'll believe it when i -- [ both ] oooooh... [ female announcer ] as you get older, protein is an important rt of staying active and strong. ensureigh protein... fifty percent of your daily value of protein. low fat and five grams of s
important. i think the secretary clinton, , both of saidy this war will not end until there's some way to see if reconciliation is possible. there is a second principle as well, which is, i always felt in -- inme ahead district the time had this responsibility, this idea that if you favor reconciliation is another reason to be in favor of . it is a verya important reason to be in favor of can you -- of continued support for afghan national security forces. are watching carefully how we work our way through these next few months to decide if there'd -- if there will be any pressure. the effect of the military is still really important. the third point seems to me that as you look back, it makes you isnk about it very carefully the end conditions. what is this reconciliation all about? that is about an afghanistan that lives with the rule of law and an afghanistan that supports the rights and responsibilities for all citizens, but particularly women. i think the questions of reconciliation are sure high on the administration's agenda, but the principles remain the same. you asked me to t
as a treasury department during the clinton administration. >>> new this morning, forbes manage has the magazine with richest people in the planet and this year more women than ever. the wealthiest person in the world, this honor goes, again, to microsoft co-founder, bill gates with a worth of $76 billion. according to "forbes" magazine there are 42 new female billionaires, including wal-mart heiress the richest worth $36 billion fortune. and number three is another walton family member, ellis worth $34.3 billion. >> parents who use a sleep noise machine to help their baby fall asleep could be doing more harm than good. researchers at the university of toronto say infant sleep machines can reach volumes that can lead to noise induced hearing loss with many machines competing the recommended 50 decibels at the close of distance. researchers say they are concerned because there is limited or no instructions for safe use. >> meteorologist, mike nicco, is ahead with the forecast. >> good morning, again, from the roof. it is very dry but gray looking behind me. you go up 3,000 feet and there is a lay
at the beginning of the clinton administration about how to deal with what was perceived as a relatively small recession, but nonetheless a recession, what to do. there were those who wanted to spend their way out, and others said no, let's have budgetary restraint. that will be better for the economy, that will keep interest rates down, it will tend to restrain inflationary pressures, and, in the long run, we'll be better off. and that was, i think fortunately, the approach that was adopted. and lo and behold, the economy did so well that we got some productivity increases, that revenues increased faster than expected, budget expenditures were held down, and for the first time in decades, we had budgetary surpluses. schoumacher: there was no inflation when it came to goods and services, t the was a sharp rise was this a problem?ocks. rivlin alan greenspan coid the term "irrional exubance," meaning that pple were buying stocks swe now know, of course, would cthat ty dn't. up and up. schoumacher: e fed played a key role in holding down inflatio in t 1990s, but after thteoratcks the opened the m
. new ceo nedella is a former clinton family aid and microsoft executive vice president overseeing advertising and strategy. two others will also leave the software company. shares were down more than 1% to $37.78. >>> mens warehouse and jos. a. bank are closer to a possible merger. the two agreed to exchange confidential information to work toward evaluating a combination. men's warehouse said it received a draft merger agreement. shares of both companies rose slightly today. men's warehouse closed at $54.10 and jos. a. bank at $62.30. >>> fedex will increase rates by 4% at the end of the march. last month fedex increased the domestic shipping rates. it comes as cheaper shipping services come. shares rose a fraction to 1 33.38. >>> an update on the story on the frigid weather. we brought you this story recently. the great lakes are now more than 90% covered in ice, that's the most ice cover in 34 years. i'm cold just looking at it. with a massive arctic front over the next few days, they predict the ice cover will set a new record this week topping 95% and the potential economic i
wants his money. bill clinton hung out with some hoorks. charity at a pre-oscar function. james cameron threw the party. >> i'm sure he didn't know. walking up to him and he's going to take a picture with them. >> what are you supposed to do, hooker?e, are you a >> angelina and brad going to
is also a former aide to the clinton family. penn was head of microsoft's "scroogled" campaign, a google attack ad. meantime, those leaving microsoft, include an executive v-p for marketing and executive v-p of business development. darden restaurant group executives give some insight into plans for olive garden and red lobster. there are hints the restaurant chain will spin-off or sell red lobster. and, an updated menu and new logo are in the works for olive garden. darden stock closed down 5 percent yesterday. comcast considers spinning off its 3 million subscribers into a separate, publicly traded company. this is part of the company's $45.2 billion takeover of time warner cable. regulators may support the spin off to create a new competitor which would become the fourth largest u-s cable company. comcast is set to submit documents on the time warner buy to those regulators at the end of march. maybe they'll finally like the way they look -- together. executives with men's wearhouse and jos a bank are talking merger. the retailers reached a non-disclosure agreement monday. this is th
a serious possibility of the year -- at the airfield. >> president clinton was making a deliberate show of the relaxed when he gave a press conference. >> the armenians are now daring to hope that the tension might be lessening. >> we will not go to war with thegrainy people -- ukrainian people, but it we do reserve the right to use all mentored to protect russian citizens. incident,he shooting ukrainian soldiers decided to kick a ball around. it did not last long. some aggressive looking characters turned up, and the ukrainians headed off and chose not to be drawn into more trouble. president putin claims there are russian troops, just ukrainian volunteers who support russia. also today, president obama threaten russia with emetic isolation unless it back down. president putin is existing what theened in kiev was unlawful removal of an elected resident and brushes and brightest are -- an elected president, and russia's interests are directly affected. yesterday was inspecting military maneuvers, today there was troops have been ordered walks to borrow tax -- back to barracks. later, an
state. will secretary kerry's visit help? and hillary clinton goes after putin with a nazi germany comparison. does that enhance her poll numbers? >>> and john travolta's mea culpa. >>> good morning. i'm thomas roberts. it's wednesday, march 5th. welcome to "way too early," trying to limit its flubs to one syllable. it depends on where you put the emphasis on the syllable. meeting with his russian counterpart to talk through mounting tensions through ukraine. secretary kerry visited kiev, bringing with him prayers for slain protesters and $1 billion aid
. >> the long beach plus telegram says former secretary of state hillary clinton is comparing russia's actions in ukraine to nazi germany. -- places like czechoslovakia and romania and other places. hitler kept saying they're not being treated right. i must go and protect my people, and that's what's gotten everybody so nervous. reporter karen robes meeks at the event, confirmed the quote. says >> the ceo of general motors is launching an internal review ataunching issue how they delayed reporting a defective switch. the cars involved in the recall are from 2007 before. >>> and the candidates facing off to be the next governor of d the "sta texas. h the lone star state held the first statewide primary tuesday. republicans chose greg abbott to succeed rick perry. wendy davis coasted to the democratic nomination. >>> it's 7:19.7:19 ahead, the $100 million bet to legalize gambling and what it hat may mean for the mob. first, time to check your local weather. >> announcer: this national weather report sponsored by party city. nobody has more st. patrick's day for less. >>
-poverty and jobs creation bill ever to come out of the u.s. congress, and it was a key part of president clinton's welfare to work program. the basic way the earned a tax credit worked is this an eligible worker will earn a tax credit for every dollar he or she makes. a formula determines how much a worker ultimately receives under the program's caps. that amount the worker receives is then applied to taxes. for example, if someone owed $700 in taxes and has a credit of $900 they would get a refund of $200. working families with children currently stand to benefit the most. they qualify for a credit if they earn under 38,000 to $51,000. generally a salary increase the credit lowers. a married couple with two children making $45,000 would be eligible for a credit of $706. low-wage workers without children currently benefit the least. a person with no children earning $12,000 would only be eligible for a credit of $177. president obama wants to change that. he's proposing to include more low income workers without children. he also wants to extend the age limits to include younger and older worke
itself? >> it is a little bit. it is the gambit that president clinton did in georgia and is doing again in ukraine -- that president putin did in georgia. vladimir putin is trying to have an alternative to western institutions. he signed up russian. he obviously signed up belarus and is pressuring those nearby, but that only works if he has got ukraine, and if he has got ukraine firmly in a russian orbit, and that is what this is all about and why it is so serious. >> do you think in retrospect you were tough enough in the white house? a number of things. we did, as the ministration is doing here, we have a billion dollar aid package for georgia to make sure they could survive economically. the black ship into sea and delivered humanitarian c-130.nce with the whatd a lot in place, but we did not do was economic sanctions. >> is that what they should do now? >> i think so. and we have learned a lot about sanctions from iran. sanctions that excluded iran from the world financial system. andnow how to target oil gas. we have got legislation since 2008, so i think two things. one, i think w
reporting them coming our way. right now my call. february 27th, 2014, clinton versus paul with clinton winning within 5. that's "hardball" for now. thanks for being with us. "all in with chris hayes" starts now. >>> good evening from new york. stay officially day one of rabbigate. thanks to david wildstein, the man who the record called governor chris christie's eyes and ears inside the port authority. the man who said he got it when christie's deputy chief of staff said it was time for some traffic problems in ft. lee. we now know the traffic jam wasn't the only one on the table. in 15 pages of newly unredacted documents provided and released today by the new jersey legislature this guy, rabbi from south brunswick township pop up in the communication. he first sent a photo with house speaker john boehner later declaring the rabbi has officially pissed me off. he said we cannot cause traffic problems in front of his house, can we? he reposts, flights to tel aviv all mysteriously delayed. for his part he said he doesn't have a clue why that exchange happened. the good news that the newl
recently about hillary clinton along the same lines? >> i think it's a great message. >> a great message. >> talking about optimism. again, the republican party and tea party movement and all of us looking inward like glenn beck did a few weeks ago to say what have i done over the past several years that may not have helped my cause? i do that not every few years. i do that every few minutes, you know? and i need to do that every few minutes. but, listen. rand paul is singing my song. i love what he is saying. i've always said, let's not get distracted by resentments against the president or resentments against our on political adversaries. focus on the message and make it a positive message and explain to americans why the conservative message is actually going to bring working and middle class voters to a better place. so i love what rand said. >> well, i liked what he said too but i wonder, gene, given the fact -- >> can i say one other thing quickly, meek? >> uh-huh. >> i'm missing the most important point. if he is saying that to a "the new york times" editorial board, that's a safe
, less than president clinton and others, but he's the first president to say the reason i'm doing this is to go around congress and constitution, how can the supreme court stomach of a president saying that and then carry out -- >> ultimately, if the challenge goes up there, the u.s. supreme court is going to say, there's checks and balances of power. you have the judiciary, legislative and executive branches. >> the word you started out with, ultimately, meaning ultimately that's what will happen with the supreme court. ultimately it's going o take a loft time. >> even if we call for an expedited process. i love that word. >> expedited process. >> that doesn't happen in the judiciary. >> thank you. >> thank you. >>> former goldman sachs trader and fraudster has a new job, will be teaching at the university of chicago this spring, congratulations, university of chicago. >>> up next, a controversial but blockbuster new film "son of god." sold nearly 500,000 tickets, it's not even been released yet. you'll meet the producers, next. >>> my son. >> don't be afraid. everything is poss
enough at the end of his tenure president clinton pardoned a bunch of them one of the policeman who was there at the time said they all felt lucky that day. one of the others, a newspaper reporter reported this happen during a routine traffic stop. both of those accounts are really incorrect. it was really mrs. walter jacobsen and i have been unable to even find her first name, completely obscure case now but she broke an attempted robbery of the greatest importance by hardened terrorists who all went to jail thanks to her intervention. so you know that phrase now. it started in new york as a nationwide push by the department of homeland security that if you see something say something. i like the phrase and i think it captures well the sense that we as citizens have both a duty and opportunity to be citizens in cases that do touch him specific security. i like the slogan more than i do some which have more emphasis. for example you'll often see signs around military bases that say if you see anything that looks at all suspicious immediately report to authoritiauthoriti s. i would t
clinton signed the very same language into federal law 20 years ago. it was okay then, why not now? i'll ask the pro opponent of the arizona bill when we come back. online fox news.com. >>> this weekend hollywood's biggest names are going to gather for the academy awards. so we sent correspondent ryan reese to the red carpet for a preview. what's going on in hollywood? >> there's electricity in the air as celebritities and political assembled. >> what are political figures do there? >> they're here for movies like frozen, a documentary about the obamacare website. >> i enjoyed the movie "gravity." i wonder if you think that movie will win any of the awards this time? >> i was disappointed with "gravity." i heard it was about a woman lost in space and i was hoping it was nancy pelosi. >> i'm going to leave that one alone. let me ask you this, ryan, what is it that everybody is buzzing about out there? >> governor, there's some really ex traf gent set designs. take a look. >> wow, that looks like a scene maybe from the great gatsby. >> no. that's michelle obama's birthday party. >> one
freedom bill was vetoed this week, but did you know that president bill clinton signed the very same language into federal law 20 years ago. it was okay then, why not now? i'll ask the pro opponent of the arizona bill when we come back. we asked people a question, how much money do you think you'll need when you retire? then we gave each person a ribbon to show how many years that amount might last. i was trying to, like, pull it a little further. [ woman ] got me to 70 years old. i'm going have to rethink this thing. it's hard to imagin how much we'll need for a retirement that could last 3years or mor so maybe we need to approach things dferently, if we want to be ready for a longer retirement. ♪ i can download anything i want. [ girl ] seriously? that's a lot of music. seriously. that's insane. and it's 15 cks a month for the mily. seriously? that's a lot of gold rope. seriously, that's a signature look. you don't have a signature look, honey. ♪ that's a signature look. [ male announcer ] only at&t brings you beats music. unlimited downloads for up to 5 accounts and 10 device
this story about monuments clinton needs to be told and why i have been so excited to share it with everybody because it is a story that is near and dear to all our hearts. his book is an interesting book but there is a lot to the story. not with looting of works of art but the damage is done with the appearance of the united states, with people around the world seems that we didn't care about these cultural treasures, some even accuse us of not caring because they were not judeo-christian in nature which was nonsense. wasn't a priority target it should have been because we didn't know about the legacy we inherited from world war ii. >> host: i know this isn't your area of expertise the we're coming upon hundred anniversary of world war i. was there any effort or wide scale looting in world war i? >> guest: there was certainly damage to cultural treasures and i right about that in saving it lee because the monument fine arts and archive section was not the first time this ever been done. actually another of the paradoxes, the first formalized effort to protect works of art was a german effort
clinton as a glamorous figure, and we can talk about that more. i think of him as a charismatic figure, a highly charismatic figure, and that is different, but, yes, i would say there is a lot of glamour going on, and first of all, he has got sunglasses on, and sunglasses is one of the best way. >> why? >> well, it is mostly because they create mystery. you are not completely hidden. you can still see your face, but there is that sort of mystery and distance, and we talk about jackie and her sunglasses, and he is very graceful. and the other thing which is nowadays hard to remember is how young he seem in 1992 in a positive way. he did not seem young as in not ready for president. i read never talking to my sister-in-law who was a big fan of the clinton-gore team, and it was great to vote for them because you felt the young people had arrived, and this moment has that kind of -- oh, would it not be great if the president were in sync with popular culture, and i think particularly for a younger audience, the idea that he did this was very glamorous. >> recently, we did a series on all t
bill was vetoed this week, but did you know that president bill clinton signed the very same language into federal law 20 years ago. it was okay then, why not now? i'll ask the pro opponent of the arizona bill when we come back. [dog] larry? larry? larry? wanna play? [announcer] a healthy dog is a playful dog. [dog] let's do this larry. [announcer] help him keep those muscles while he loses a few pounds with beneful healthy weight. de with wholesome rice,real c, even accents of vitamin rich ggies. it's calorie-smart and tastes so good. beneful healthy weight...from purina. iwe don't back down. we only know one direction: up so we're up early. up late. thinking up game-changing ideas, like this: dozens of tax free zones across new york state. move here. expand here. or start a new business here... and pay no taxes for 10 years. with new jobs, new opportunities and a new tax free plan. there's only one way for your business to go. up. find out if your business can qualify at start-upny.com a >> live from america's news headquarters i am kelly wright. ukraine is on the brink of disaster
into 2016 when hillary clinton runs probably? >> eventually not. not in 20 -- it's still going to be republican in 2016. i think what we're going to see -- >> i voted for hue bert humphrey in '68. >> some day soon, maybe not 2016 but very well 2020, texas is going to be if not a blue state than a purple state because lessons of demographics are, unless the republican party gets itself right with hispanics, ain't going to keep being -- >> writers of the purple, coming back, yeah. >> not this time, not in 2014. but i think we're also seeing slightly the limits of tea party influence in texas as well. >> will they run? >> they'll -- they are going to make noises about it like obama made noises about arizona last time around. but that's not going to be -- >> i'll tell you, it's going to be a national leader. i do think they might try kentucky, i think it's a fool -- >> here's what i think -- >> he wants west virginia back. here's what i think they don't, too expensive. too expensive to seriously contest because the media markets -- >> huge. >> a four letter word, coal. >> coal. >>
they want to see hillary rodham clinton run for president. 51% of those surveyed for the pew research poll said they would like to see the former secretary of state run in 2016. 43% said they hope she won't run. just 7% said they had no opinion on mrs. clinton. >>> israeli prime minister, netanyahu is expect today sign an agreement with governor brown to expands cooperation on such topics as water conservation, alternative energy, and cyber security. he is as slated to visit apple, and mountain view's whatsapp. >>> only on 2, marshawn lynch on winning the super bowl. tonight, the oakland native met withamber lee. he opened up about his passion away from football. >> reporter: frank, tonight, we spoke with the football player, where he attended high school, and where he still lives in the off-season. he is most comfortable back in oakland, where he was born and raised. he tells me, growing up in north oakland prepared him for life, both on and off the football field. >> 5 years old. having some of your home boys getting killed at that age, you know, it prepares you for a lot. >> reporter: l
the russian presents here. >> former secretary of state hillary clinton compared vladimir putin actions in ukraine to those of adolf hitler. reports clinton said yesterday, now if it sounds familiar it's what hitler did back in the 30s. she went to say, quote, all the germans though thanksgiving were ethnic germans in places like check slovakia and romania and other places, hitler kept saying they are not being treated right. i must go in and protect my people. >>> the syrian opposition and government are using tactics that punish civilians. world powers that help support sort er side are being investigated there. >> there are fears the world is turning it's back on the civil war inside syria as it focuses on the escalating tensions in ukraine. as james bays reports fall out in ukraine could make things worse in syria. >> the i don't know going battles in syria are more than a thousand kilometers away in ukraine. but the crisis in crimea may have a real impact on a war that is about to enter its third year. the international communities is given this man the job of finding piece in syr
clinton said there are problems that need to be fixed with this. on top of that, the worst thing he said in the middle of the surge, everybody knows the war is lost. he never paid the price for that. he won reelection after that. >> he is going to be the party of truth, in the lack of expediting when it comes to finding the truth when it comes to benghazi, i.r.s., as you mentioned. we're going to have issues here. twitter last night, my ipad was dancing on my counter with the reaction to his comments and the stories that are real speak truth. >> you've got to turn that vibrate setting off. >> he's the guy to tell you how. >> tech master. >> go to facebook and twitter this morning. you can weigh in on that and more. first let's go to heather. >> got tough questions for you today before you go. we're getting a list. good morning to you all. hope you're off to a great day. we've got breaking news. flight attendants freaking out when their plane starts filling up with smoke. take a look at this. >> we cannot breathe back here. go! >> boy, that delta flight just landed in oakland, california,
women. he's been investigated in three other states. >>> the clinton library is preparing to release 33,000 pages of previously confidential records from bill clinton's presidency. the first four to 5,000 are set to go online this afternoon. the rest will be released over the next two weeks. >>> all right. i know it's busy in the morning, but you need to pay attention to this. do you remember this moment? we're going to play it now. in is at the state of the union. they say could be the longest standing ovation in history. sergeant cory remsberg. yesterday, we told you the story of his amazing recovery. we all say we support the troops, right? at that state of the union, the left and the right, they stood up and cheered. remember how they said they were united by him. here is the real deal. yesterday, the senate took up a bill for veterans like cory, $21 billion brought by independent bernie sanders. it was planned to improve veterans' access to health care. all things both parties say they should have. should have sailed through, right? senate republicans however tried to tack on addit
. welcome back to al jazeera america. thousands of secret document from bill clinton's presidential library in the dome april. first a look at the temperatures. >> we'll have a wide range of numbers. we'll feel the heat building. temperatures soaring into the request 70, and -- into the 70s, and 80s. contrast that where we stand in minneapolis. it feels a lot colder. if you step outside it feels like we are stepping at mines 20. windchill warnings in place. that will last early this afternoon. bundle up. temperatures here across the upper midwest ranging from 30 to 50 degrees. arctic air has not gone anywhere, it's cold across the north-east. 28 in cleveland and across the south. here is where the warmth lies. we have the temperatures in the low 50s. a little on the warm side. highs near 80. >> thank you. >> 911 calls from the traffic jam at the george washington bridge in new jersey were made public. hours of dispatch tape showed frustrations by drivers, police officers and emergency responders, struggling after a former aid to chris christie shut down the bridge leading to fort lee. it wa
clinton is speaking out on the crisis in ukraine for the first time. buzzfeed is reporting clinton was asked about the situation at a fund-raiser, and according to harry saltzgaver of the "long beach gazette" -- and she talked about how what putin is doing now is similar to what hitler did, providing the ethnic russians in the crimea region back to russia and that was destabilizing. this reporting has not been verified by nbc news yet so everybody's jumping in on the conversation. >> right. but i think people should read, leaders should read david ignatius "washington post" article this morning talking about scoop jackson and how he responded in 1980 to a similar crisis. and scoop jackson of course was a cold war hawk. he was the hawk's hawk. and he said in times like these you need to guard your words a bit more carefully. and i think comparing vladimir putin to adolph hitler or to what happened in 1937, 1938 -- >> i think it shows a lack of discipline. >> again, is a bit unfortunate and if she did say that, hillary is the neocon's neocon. >> keep in mind she was in the position o
in at number five, hillary clinton at number six. michelle obama scored particularly high in the categories of being her own woman and value to the president. and when you say value to the president, one thing that strikes me is there's sort of a synergy between her let's move campaign and the idea of promoting health with the signature achievement of the obama presidency, which is health care reform. and maybe it's a reference to something else, was that's what i read in "value to the president." >> it's certainly an interesting list, but michelle obama certainly strikes a balance here. the balance is being her own woman and then living in the shadow of what was the hillary clinton era as first lady, where she was part and parcel being the legislating partner of that president. she was -- it was a two-for-one deal and the american public really fully embraced that embodiment of two for one. michelle obama has been really the antigen sis of that. she is a bit more activist in some ways, but in some ways, she's a bit more withdrawn. she's sort of being the woman that she, i think, really wan
a great home. >> oh, that? >> bill clinton out there on the campaign trail. >> being president is a lot like being superintendent of a big cemetery. there's a lot of people under you and nobody's listening. >> take a look at this real bird's-eye view being called the world's first bird self-if i >> try for healthy snacks and fresh food, we love it. pretty good. >> on "cbs this morning." >> yes a woman here in new york city went into labor before she could make it to the hospital and ended up giving birth in the middle of a crosswalk. it explains the baby's first words, "hey i'm crawlin' here!" >> this morning's "eye-opener" is presented by toyota. let's go places. >>> welcome to "cbs this morning." good morning, norah. >> good morning to you, charlie. >> the weather again. as you wake up in the west, many of you are facing a wet commute. heavy showers and snow are coming in and staying for the next several days. some areas could see half a foot of rain. meanwhile, a new arctic front is pushing east and south. >> because of all the cold air, dozens of cities and towns are f
port clinton, ohio. population then and now 5,000. c-span: what was the family like? >> guest: my family? c-span: mm-hmm. >> guest: my dad was a--a building contractor. my mom was a schoolteacher. we'd come there after the war. my dad had been injured during the war and he was recovering. and i had a--a younger sister--still do. and it was a--it was a pleasant place to grow up and a pleasant time to grow up. and, i mean, i--it was a much less, you know, cosmopolitan place than harvard or--or the east coast in general. but i was really blessed in growing up in a place that had a lot of social capital. and, frankly, i've--i've spent some time learning in writing this book about the degree to which what i'm indulging in here is simple nostalgia for kind of a--of a--of a past that one wouldn't necessarily today want to re-create. i haven't been back to port clinton for a long time--until i--until just recently i went back there. and it turns out it still is, in fact, unusually civic. people do--do connect with one another. c-span: you do mention that, in spite of the fact that you fin
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